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is miami, about 35%, in toronto or vancouver, virtually half the people are immigrants or what we call new canadians. yeah, i think there are problems here in canada, but the problem is, should the immigrant who's driving a cab, but has a degree in dtistry or law or health care, should they be able to use their skills fully. what's really interesting, over in vancouver, which have been atacting immigrants from asia over the past 20 years, when microsoft had to built a new laboratory said we can't get the skilled people in seattle, they put that lab in vancouver, because they could bring people from asia, from india, from eupe, get them the visas and work permit putting them t be work, jobs that should have been or could have been in seattle ended up in vancouver as a result of restrictions on immigrants in the u.s. it's not a good thing for the u.s. economy. >> there is a very emotional discussion going on in america, which may or may no be tied to this sentiment, but the growing sentiment about muslims in america. do you see evidence that that hurts us in any way? >> i think so. where the
river park in new york, and the blue waste plant in the city of vancouver, canada, and the one that most resembles our waterfront is the port of oakland's waterfront plan, which is a good example of some of the work that we can apply to the southern waterfront. as a part of best practices, we looked at sign it, how we can improve sign it to provide continuity on the system, site furnishings -- how we design and establish criteria for furnishings that are durable, made tenable, comfortable, and usable. and again, the idea of connections. how do we connect open spaces together down to the waterfront? a good example of this is in vancouver where they have lives that come down to the waterfront so that it is not a linear system that if you drop from at&t park to herons head park, you just have to jog back, but you might be able to look into the neighborhood and provide down to the water and back up into the neighborhood, so it is something we're looking at as part of the connector street along the blue green way. since the community workshop and at the community workshop, we received a numbe
's about 35%. in washington and vancouver, virtually half the people are immigrants or what we call in canada new canadians. there are problems in canada, but the problem is should the immigrant driving a cab but has a degree in law or health care be able to use the to boost the economy. when microsoft had to build a new laboratory, they said they couldn't get the skilled people. they put that lab in vancouver, t because they needed people from vancouver, but they could bring peop from asia, f europe, put that visa in place and jobs that should have been in seattle ended up in vancouver because of restrictions put on imgrants in theu.s.go >> there is a discussion going on in america which may or may not be tied to the sentiment we have about immigrants, and it is about the growing sentiment we have about muslims in america. do you foresee in your data driven world evident that that hurts us in any y? >> i think so. what i found was when there is prejudice against any ethnic group, it kills the climate for unitednts to come to the states. i think that climate has been chilling now si
. bethany of vancouver, washington, said a complete stranger threw acid in her face. from the hospital where she was being treated she shared her compelling story hoping the criminal would be caught. vancouver police spent hundreds of hours investigating this. last night they dropped this bombshell. >> during the interview, miss storo admitted her injuries were self-inflicted. the attack did not occur as she had previously reported. >> what made her come clean on this? >> it seems like, thomas, she knew sheçó had been caught. yesterday police got a search warrant to invest her home. they went there. they did discover items that they haven't disclosed. they did interview 28-year-old. she did admit she maimed her own face. it all started when bethany storro said she was walking in downtown vancouver and an african-american woman approached her holding a cup y saying hey pretty girl, would you like to drink this, and that woman then threw a cup of acid on her face. she said 20 minutes before that is she decided to buy a pair of sunglasses. what's odd is she never wore sunglasses. police say
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rain for you in vancouver. and really all into interior areas as well. 16 for your high. winnipeg is going to be around 15. 21 in chicago and 30 degrees, very summery, for those 30s across the east. now, looking at europe, well, it is going to be kind of messy if you're anywhere in western europe right now. this big complex of storms, anywhere from southern scandinavia down to the central mediterranean is really under the gun for wet weather, potentially severe weather, especially near the alpine parts as well. so stormy here, potentially severe gusts, hail, and lightning also. eastern europe, get ready for it, it is moving your way, but you're dry and fine for now. temperatures look like this on saturday. 22 in warsaw. 23 in kiev. much, much cooler where that rain and wind in paris and london, high only around 16. here is your extended forecast. >>> before we wrap up this newscast, here's an update of the developing story. japan has announced it is going to release a chinese fishing boat captain whose arrest raised tension between the two countries. a plane chartered by the chine
, matt, vancouver police say they got a search warrant to investigate bethany storro's home. they say among other things they found an emotionally fragile young woman, so fragile, she maimed her own face. >> ms. storro admitted her injuries were self-inflicted. >> reporter: bethany storro, police say, now admitting she burned her own face with acid. >> she is extremely upset, she's very remorseful. in many ways, this is something that just got bigger than what she expected. >> last month the 28-year-old spoke out shrouded in bandages, painting herself as a symbol of strength in the face of adversity. >> if anybody knows any information of the girl that did this to me, you know, if we can all come together and help find her. >> reporter: in what seemed like a brave act then, she told the world that an african-american woman with a pony tail whom she didn't know approached her and said, hey, pretty girl, would you like to drink this, before throwing acid in her face. >> once it hit me, i could actually hear it bubbling and sizzling my skin. >> reporter: a dramatic account that quickly r
attempt. david wilson of fox station kptv is live tonight in vancouver, washington. what happened in court, david? >> well, first of all, it was a very different bethany storro we saw today than what we saw in the tape there. bethany was very quiet as she was ushered in and out of the courtroom. the damage to her face from the drain cleaner very visible. she said very little although reporters fired lots of questions at her. she was flanked by her parents and her attorneys. she was asked if she had a public apology. she didn't say a word. she was taken down to the jail and booked. again, not saying a word. very, very quiet. she is hard of hearing but she can read lips but basically whisked in and out of the courtroom today. >> what's next for her? is jail time a possibility, david? >> well, possibly down the road but at this point, she's never spent any time in jail and that angers frankly very many people here. she's basically released today but during this release, she's mandated to stay at a mental health facility here in the vancouver, washington area until her trial. but again, tha
is live in vancouver, washington. kristen, how did police crack this case? vancouver police got a search warrant to investigate bethany's house. they found a young woman who was fragile and admitted to maiming her own face. this all started back on august 30th. that's when she came forward to police when she was walking in vancouver, washington, when a woman she didn't recognize approach her holding a cup and said, hey, pretty girl, do you want to drink this and then threw as utd in her face. storro says she was wearing sunglasses that she had just purchased 20 minutes prior. she calls it a miracle. thee said those sunglasses protected her eyes. police say there were a lot of red flags there. they wanted to know why the markings on bethany storro's face were only on her face and not on her neck or shoulders, which is where they would have been if someone splashed a liquid on her and why she was wearing sunglasses at 7:30 at night. this is why they started to investigate her. again, she did come forward yesterday and admit that she was lying. police will turn all of their materials eventu
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storo was walking to starbucks in vancouver washington when a stranger approached her and threw a cup of acid at her. the 23-year-old suffered severe burns to her face. the sunglasses she was wearing at the time of the attack probably saved her from going blind. police are still looking for her attacker. >>> on wednesday, bethany underwent surgery to remove burned skin in her face. >>> the sweeney's lead the nation and they've flown the coop. the heenies used to live in colorado and have now moved to florida. the owner of their rental home say they left it in a mess. >>> parents were outraged when they learned the teacher at drew miller middle school told eighth graders to define curse words. a letter was sent home that the teacher was using a website called teaching tolerance as an attempt to inappropriate language in school. >>> many candidates are focusing on the general election. we have more on the republican candidate for u.s. senate who has created a unique imagine of a long time incumbent. >> reporter: eric ward's tv ad shows insiders and the origin of the species for more th
horizon oil rig exploded, touching off the biggest oil spill in u.s. history. >>> a woman in vancouver, virginia, could face criminal charges for making up a story of a horrific acid attack. manuel reports, everyone is trying to figure out why she would do such a thing. >> bethany storro got national attention and sympathy when she first spoke from the hospital three weeks ago. >> why did this happen to me? and then i'm okay. i'm sorry. >> she claimed the black woman threw acid in her face. now police say it was all a lie. >> from the very beginning, her story had a lot of holes and red flags and as we developed more and more information, it was very clear that this was probably a self- inflicted act. >> investigators got a search warrant thursday and when they confronted storro with their suspicions, she crumbled. >> during the interview, ms. storro admitted her injuries were self-inflicted. >> she could be charged with filing a self-report or fraud. police wouldn't comment on why she did it. >> is there a motive? i'm sure there is and one can only wonder what her state of min
this incident is similar to one that happened last monday in vancouver, washington. 28-year-old bethany stora was also attacked as she left her car, again it was a female stranger throwing acid. >>> now a heads up for dog owners out there. this is a recall of dog treats. they're made by the hartz corporation. these treats under recall were sold in 8-ounce size bags. some of the treats might be contaminated with salmonella. you can call hartz toll free 800-275-1414. >>> coming up next on 9 news now -- >> this is a difficult labor day for millions of american families. i'm bruce leshan. what are people doing to survive? we are the bonzulak family from wyckoff, new jersey. south carolina's made for vacation. woman: i had no idea south carolina had mountains like this. woman #2: my kids just love the water. woman #3: south carolina is made for the beach. south carolina is made for golfing. and shopping. boy: south carolina is made for everything. i just... yeah...everything. woman: south carolina is made for doing absolutely nothing. we're the shank family. [ cheering ] girl: south carolina is ma
times and decided to retire from competition after the 2010 olympic winter games in vancouver. state to end, because we're going to come right back with our" the report, a look at north korea dynastic dictatorship. -- we're coming right back with our "in depth"reports . ♪ ♪ captioned by the national captioning institute ♪ [unintelligible] >> i would like a banana parfait. >> pistachios. >> vanilla. >> tenneco debt, please. >> the next time you. , of the 850 million people in the world who go hungry. donate the cost of the desert to the world food program. ♪ >> welcome back. he is gone from relative obscurity to staggering power, literally overnight. the youngest son of north korean leader kim jong-il was appointed to two crucial posts in the ruling workers' party during his first mass gathering in 30 years. kim jong-un becomes a member of the north korean committee of the workers' party and vice chairman of the central military commission. thereby, heir apparent to his father. the appointments indicate the kim family dynasty, which goes back more than half
, lindsay received that call every agent dreams of, a new client on the phone from vancouver y. police would with later describe the call this way. the client said she and her husband were moving to victoria and wanted to look at homes near the city that were in ready ready-to-move-in condition. lindsay rote it all down here in her day-timer. the clients wanted a house with three bedrooms, three baths, and a separate area for a housekeeper. and the client made two statements that would wigrab th instant attention of any real estate agent. the couple needed to buy the house within two widays and the price range they were looking at was in the neighborhood of $1 million. but lindsay told her father and more than a few friends that there was something odd about the clients who spoke english with an accent. >> she couldn't really put her finger on exactly what it was. >> she described it as people like faking an accent? >> yeah. she said, well, it it's kind of spanish but not really. >> the clients were due to begin seeing homes on a saturday, february 2, 2008. it was 5:30 p.m. when lindsay met
in vancouver, canada. as children went back to school this week, traffic safety officials placed a 3 d sign on a busy street. it looks like a little girl chasing a ball, but it's actually an optical illusion, a virtual reminder to drivers to slow down and keep their eyes on the road. katie is in los angeles tonight getting ready for tomorrow's special stan broadcast. stand up to cancer broadcast. katie. >> couric:ed stand up 2 cancer funds dream team friday all across the country, scientists from different institutions working together to fight this disease. up next you'll meet the dream team that's targeting pancreatic cancer and the progress that's being made. >> couric: tomorrow night, cbs and the other major networks are joining forces once again to bring you stand up 2 cancer, a program designed to raise awareness of the disease and raise money to fight it. some of that money is funding research against one of the deadliest forms of cancer, pancreatic. this year, more than 43,000 americans will be diagnosed with it, and nearly 37,000 will die of it. it's already claimed the lives of pe
. >> the vancouver woman who claimed that a stranger splashed acid in her zg%face pleaded not guilty today to theft charges. bethany storro was charged rz, stealing from good samaritans. she paid for clothes apple computer train tickets even a chemical peel at a doctor's office. she admitted she bought drain she walked into a woman's revert room at a park and rubbed the acid directly on her face. she was released into the care of a psychiatric facility. that's where she will be staying while she waits for trial. >>> one of the men who accused a megachurch pastor, bishop eddie long of sexual misconduct is speaking out. former church employee t9éÑand personal assistant to bishop long filed a sexual misconduct lawsuit against him. 23-year-old parrish told an atlanta 5dreporter he was reall suffering. >> i cannot forget the way that he made me cry many nights when i drove in his cars on the way home not able to take enough showers to wipe the 4g that man cannot look me in the eye we did not live this pain why you can sit in front of the are not a man you are a monster. >> he's one of four men who
.a. and toronto or vancouver, but we think that new york city is another character in the show, and to be able to shoot here is -- cbs had to spend more money to do it but we are thrilled they did because it is a big plus for the show. >> why did you choose to come back to series tv. you have been doing movies and other things but now a series. >> it was too good of a chance to pass up. i read the script, written by mitch burgess and robin green who wrote and won emmys on the sopranos and it was really good. and it was character driven. i see a lot of procedurals on tv about the procedures cops go through to arrest people, but this show -- the police work is important but it is just as important to get to know this irish family of three generations in new york cops. and the script allows the audience to get to know them and i think that is the big strength of our show. >> you talk about the relationships. you have donne wallberg, bridge jet moynihan, some great actors there and this dinner table that brings you guys together from wherever you have been and doing whatever you have been doing. >
similar to one that occurred in vancouver, washington last week, but police have no reason to believe these attacks are connected. >>> still ahead, on 9 news now, some great pictures to keep your family entertained this fall. >>> howard? >> what a gorgeous day we have got going. it is chilly this morning. we will talk about the lows and the warm weather and of course the tropics. we have a new storm hermine. i will let you know where that is going. 9 news now will be back after this. there's something you never hear vince gray talk about: his record running dc's department of human services. why? under gray, dhs lost out on millions of federal dollars for missing paperwork; lost money for the homeless; even lost track of foster children. a court ordered gray's department to improve child services. gray's not a bad guy but he was a bad manager. do we want to go back to that? >>> we have a check on news where you live. now that it is labor day you may think of those falling leaves. well, find find the fall leaf collection schedule by going to our manassas page. it's one of the stories i
con rumbo a vancouver con 107 personas a bordo. >> aunque lentamente sigue mejorando la slaud, sald perdón la salud del policía de freemont, tom jones continúa en el hospital despuñs de las donaciones de sangre, para la cual la policía agradece las donaciones, el presunto atacante fue andrew barrientos, quien enfrenta al menos 11 cargos. >> la pli de, la policía de hñrcules sigue buscando a uan, una pespero, persona de interñs despuñs del apuñalamiento de un anciano, frederick sales se reporta como desaparecido y las autoridades temen por su seguridad, >> 5, 4 sujetos terminaron arrestados despuñs de atacar a varios residentes de la ciudad de richmond, los malhechores fueron atrapados gracias al reporte de una balacera en la avenida dream, las víctimas fueron una mujer y un hombre en su automóvil. >> en gilmore un hombre a, está bajo sospecha porque una víctima reportó un incidente de posible abuso, >> un doctor peruano que abusaba sexualmente de sus pacientes en san francisco tendrá que pasar 10 años en la cárcel, por asaltar a 3 mujeres en plena consulta, usando
's and we have the city of vancouver on the other side that also taps that water reservoir. and fish flows we're currently in the process of pursuing habitat conservation plan to come in compliance in the clean water act so we're very concerned about any impact that could impact our ability to maintain fish flows we're currently agreeing to. next slide. so, in terms of what we've done to study climate change effects on our system. in 2002 through the university of washington through richard palmer and margaret hahn, i won't go over that now dash maybe later. next slide. a couple mayor studies we conducted is a reduction of our snow pact. the bowling watershed is not a rich environment. we do regularly get snow fall and our highest elevation in there is about 2500 feet. what we do have is a dotted line showing our regular run off of the streams in the and the dark line shows projected what would happen without the snow fall. it's not particularly significant for our municipal supply. one of these reasons is for the late spring rain period. what we typically see is the snow fall that does
. we also looked at the north american model. people raise the example of vancouver with a 20-plus story tower behind. chicago is another waterfront city that community members suggested as having a gracious waterfront, and they certainly build tremendous height of to the edge of the open spaces along the waterfront as well. we made a large number of parking recommendations, and we should have definitely minimize the effect of parking -- of all street parking on the pedestrian environment. in addition to that, we made a number of other recommendations, including conducting a comprehensive study to address the long term parking needs of the ferry building and uses in the area. the study should include parking management in the funding system. for other, we recommend limiting parking in the development to approximate parking allowed. finally, replace a parking should be based upon the demonstration of need for the district's function. as many of you now know, and as i indicated, there is a group of residents who have infinitely higher design to conduct their own planning process. we
is a five-day trip from vancouver to los angeles, and the other three are seven-day, which starts in l.a., go to santa barbara, san francisco, sonata, and then l.a., so we are hoping this is a very popular cruise. we hope it will be of the 10 million cruise passengers around world, i believe 80% are americans. i know that san francisco is still a very desirable destination, so we're looking forward to seeing how that works and hoping it can continue in the following year. i'm sure you'll be seeing more of it as 2011 evolves. next, on august 6, 2010, on pier 14 at 3:00, we will have the ribbon cutting ceremony, which you heard all about at the last commission meeting. it is, as you know, a piece of art owned and managed by the black rock arts foundation, and it will be installed at here 14. the rocket ship itself will be 40 feet high, some very similar to the last black rock arts foundation peace we had, which was called passage. the rocket ship will be there for 14 months. artists are a team of bay area artists, and the rocket ship first landed, so to speak -- very cute, dan. where is
storro speaks publicly about a horrifying attack. monday at the park in vancouver, a woman approached her and asked, hey, pretty girl, do you want to drink this, before throwing acidic liquid on bethany's face. >> the most -- oh, you don't even know. it was the most painful thing. like i told everybody, my heart stopped. i almost passed out. i have all of these questions like, why? a dare? did somebody say, i dare you -- like, why did you wake -- did you wake up that morning and go, i'm going to -- i'm going to carry some acid in a cup and throw on the first person that i see? >> reporter: her family and her faith are getting her through. >> listen, my little girl, and we're a strong-knit family that love each other very much. we'll get through this. we're not going to allow this to top our lives and we're going to go on. >> reporter: one miracle is bethany bought sunglasses 20 minutes before that attack. bethany is finding it in her heart to forgive. >> in time i'm going to forgive her because if i don't, then it's hard to move on with my life. so, that's the biggest -- like, it really i
in vancouver and then 14 in winnipeg. so rather cool here but steadily climbing in toronto. 30 for your daytime high. finally taking a look at europe then we'll we have this massive system that's going to be impacting much of the british isles today, heavy rainfall warnings have been issued here. we've also got widespread rain for much of france. that rain moves into central areas as well. now to the north, it's going to be quite sunny under this high pressure system. but eastern europe dealing with a bit more showers. these rain showers will be weakening but will stay put through your tuesday. 13 degrees in moscow, 16 in stockholm and 23 in pair es. here's the extended forecast. >>> major japanese trust bank mitsubis ufj trust and banking corporation plans to invest in a chinese company to launch a full scale asset management business in china. sources say mitsubishi ufj trust and the shanghai-based sywgb asset management company agreed that the japanese bank will purchase 33% of the chinese company's shares for about $100 million. mitsubishi is negotiating details with the chinese financial a
and it will be developing later on in the week. 18 degrees in vancouver today, 18 in seattle and winnipeg 18 for you as well. here is the extended forecast now. >>> taking a look at our top stories once again the latest u.s. media poll shows that the public approval rate for u.s. president barack obama has fallen below 50% for the first time since he took office. in a joint poll by abc news and "the washington post" last week obama's public approval rating stood at 46%. this is down more than 20 percentage points from february, 2009, shortly after obama became president. on the economy nearly 70% said he is making it worse or having no real effect. nearly 60% said they disapproved of his handling of the federal budget deficit. when asked about the mid termel november, respondents gave republican candidates a more than ten-point lead over the democrats. >>> an alleged car bombing has left 16 people dead and more than 50 wounded in northwestern pakistan. the attack targeted police residences. the blast went off in the town of kohot on tuesday night and destroyed more than ten buildings. officials say the vict
plains. let's take a look at the temperatures then, 18 degrees in vancouver today, 20 in winnipeg. 24 in new york, but staying very hot down in the south, 34 degrees in houston. now a new storm system has formed over the atlantic, it's tropical depression igor making its way through the cape verde islands, bringing quite stormy continues here. it will be moving away eventually, moving fairly slowly at 9 kilometers per hour, and due to become a hurricane by the weekend, so we will keep you updated on this progress here. now finally looking at europe, wet and windy conditions continue in central europe, quite windy across germany and lots of thunderstorms expected to move across the alpine region into the balkans next. over towards the north, high pressure system really continues to dominate the region, so here it stays sunny and generally settled. a couple of showers working their way through the british isles, looking quite calm right now but there is that new rain band coming in from the atlantic and that's going to be soaking the region once again, starting tonight, bringing windy w
of a school in west vancouver -- columbia. the more the girl comes into view the close are you get. before you get to her that case "you're probably not expecting kids to run into the road." the 3 d image will be there for a week. other cities are already considering putting in something similar. >>> all right. cooling off, a little rain. >>> we're talking about between 10 and 20 degrees below normal. we had a little bit of string -- sprinkles. clouds rolling in and out by sunset. you can anticipate, we've got temperatures pretty chilly but it's the wind that continues to howl out of the west and southwest up to 31 miles per hour. that is adding the chill in the air. so tomorrow morning, out the door for the morning commute, you can bank on some clouds in the form of allow cloud, some patchy fog and mid-and high level clouds with the passage of a cold front. very unusual, but it sideswiped the bay area as it continue to slip to the south and now digging to the east. as it did so, it even handed our marine layer. tonight we will have that to go, throughout tomorrow rning, sun up at 6:45, nobody
. and remaining at 17 in vancouver as well. all right. that's a look at your weather right now, and here is your three-day outlook. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> and that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks very much for joining us. we'll be back at the top of the next hour. see you then.
to work its way southward. 11 degrees for your high in winnipeg, and remaining at 18 in vancouver. all right. and now here is your three-day outlook. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> prime minister naoto kan will launch his new cabinet on friday following his re-election as democratic party leader. kan will appoint ak heero ohata as economy trade and economy minister. he's a seven-term lower house member with strong support base among labor unions. kan is planning to name the democratic party's policy chief koichiro gemba as national strategy minister. gemba now serves as cabinet minister in charge of reforming the public servant system. kan is also considering appointing land and transport minister sage yay maehara to the post of foreign minister. the current foreign minister katsuya okada has accepted kan's request for him to become the democratic party's secretary-general. chief cabinet secretary yoshihiko sengoku and finance minister yoshihiko noda are expected to retain their posts. in the new party executive line-up kan asked former party executive general ichiro ozawa and the party's upp
. the latest details on that shocking story out of vancouver, washington, where a woman faked an acid attack against herself. >>> and actor ryan reynolds stops by to talk about his starring role in the new thriller, "buried." >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day, today, on your nbc station. have a good one. mmmmmm. ( shattering, thud ) mmmmmm. ( crash, shattering ) it's good! ( shattering ) when you add velveeta and rotel tomatoes... and green chilis to chicken and pasta, it's so good... - mmmmmm. - it'll blow 'em away. ( crashing ) man, that's good. man, that's good. velveeta and rotel. man, that's good.
in houston. 33. 31 up in chicago. it will be quite cool in winnipeg and vancouver. that's what's going on just now. here is your extended forecast now. >>> that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us. 
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